[scribus] Organizing the workspace display OR possible intuitive self help while not annoying those who know more

Marie-Noëlle Augendre mnaugendre at gmail.com
Thu Dec 16 21:20:36 CET 2010

2010/12/16 K.King <k.king177 at ntlworld.com>

> Christoph
> I think Marie-No?lle was highlighting that while the answers are readily
> offered on the mailing list, maybe some how the software (treading very
> carefully here) can / could in some way potentially help (especially new
> users) more effectively, by what ever means so that such answers are
> immediately either obvious to the user or available directly (in built help
> or whatever).
> a.l.e.
> I know what you mean about annoying popups that warn you about what your
> about to do even though you know what you are doing and may have done it a
> zillion times before. But I think there is merit in Marie-No?lle suggestion
> for when somebody tries to do something that is just not possible that they
> should/could be advised directly and a popup is definitely more effective in
> those circumstances. And as Marie-No?lle pointed out those who know not to
> do would never see it.
Thanks for backing me up.
As all of you have probably understood, english is not my native language,
and I'm not as fluent as I'd liked to be.


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